India’s 8-year-long streak of victory against Pakistan in the Asia Cup was broken. The ground in Dubai where India defeated Pakistan by 5 wickets in the group-stage match of the Asia Cup on Sunday. At the same time, Pakistan also defeated India and started with victory in the Super-4 round. This match was also as exciting as the previous match. It seemed difficult to predict victory or defeat till the last moments. But, the players of Pakistan handled the pressure better and for this reason the victory came in their lap.
As soon as the Indian side got defeated by Pakistan, social media was flooded with hilarious jokes, and memes, as fans started trolling the Indian side for losing a crucial game.
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In the midst of all this chaos, Sudhir Chaudhary, formerly of Zee News and , offered his expert analysis on why India lost and Pakistan won. It’s a tale as old as time, involving revenge, billionaires and hatred against India.
Taking to a microblogging site Twitter, Sudhir Chaudhary analysed the expenses of PCB and BCCI and added, “PCB spends INR 90 million as annual compensation to its players BCCI spends INR 960 million on its players Pakistan is a poor nation struggling for money. Doesn’t have even basic coaching facilities BCCI has the best coaches and facilities”
Chaudhary further added, “Half of the Indian players are billionaires. Indian players travel in private jets have a lavish lifestyle and are superstars. Yet Pakistani players pull off victories over us. Because they are fuelled by hatred and revenge against India. They will sacrifice a World Cup.”
Adding further, he stated, “Just to defeat India. For Indian players, it’s just another game of cricket but for Pakistanis, it’s a game of life and death and their pride. That’s why we let it go and Pakistanis fight till the last ball.”
However his cricketing analysis didn’t go down well, also because he managed to annoy pretty much everyone with three tweets.